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    Capital Sites Bike Tour

    Bike and Roll DC
    Hop on your bike for a one of a kind tour of the nation's capital! Pedal along as you learn the fascinating history of the National Mall and check out the north side of the White House. Then it's time to roll up to some exciting areas just off the Mall, like the Capitol Building, Supreme Court, WWII Memorial and Washington Monument, as you take a ride down Pennsylvania Avenue. Enjoy the breeze in your face as your guide gives you the inside scoop on local events and regales you with entertaining and educational facts and anecdotes about the most iconic sites in Washington, D.C.
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    Monuments at Nite Bike Tour

    Unlimited Biking
    Are you ready to ride with history? This guided tour allows you to enjoy the beauty and history of what Washington D.C. has to offer. You will be able to ride along the entire length of the National Mall, circle the Potomac Tidal Basin, and take in your reflection in the reflecting pool at the foot of the Lincoln Memorial all at night. You will also have the opportunity to visit major sites like the Washington Monument, WWII Memorial, U.S. Capitol, and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial with less crowds and cooler air. Each of these places contain timeless history and you will get to stop by these various essential attractions while an experienced guide provides you with an in-depth narration about the hidden gems this district has to offer. There's no better way to spend an evening in Washington!
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    City Scavenger Hunt

    Urban Adventure Quest
    Searching high and low for something fun to do in Washington D.C.? Scavenge no more -- and then, scavenge a whole lot more, during this immersive city hunt! Assemble your team of sleuths, and kick things off at the Smithsonian Castle deep within the National Mall. For the next three-plus hours, you'll use abstract clues to arrive at various points of interest. Highlights include monuments, museums, and architecture. In the process, you'll get a dose of local history and culture. You'll also receive points for each correct answer, which will be tallied up at the events end to determine the winner! They might as well just crown you now, right?
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    City Evening Tour

    Things to do in Washington DC
    You'll see a unique view of the city as it comes alive on your two to three hour tour of the city. Follow your experienced tour guide to stops throughout Downtown Washington DC in a semi-private, small-group tour with optimal service. Stops include the Pentagon Memorial, Abraham Lincoln Memorial, Korean Veterans Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, World War II Memorial, and Marine Corps Memorial with time for picture-taking. You'll enjoy a personalized experience with minivan transportation and see the best that Downtown DC has to offer!
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    The National Mall Tour by Pedicab

    Hop in a pedicab and let your informative guide do the work as you explore Washington DC's must-see sights. At the National Mall, see the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, and the United States Capitol. Also check out some interesting historical and cultural attractions including the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum, the National Archives Building, Chinatown and the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. Learn about the sights from your guide and play some trivia games for a chance to win a prize! You'll meet your guide at Harry's Saloon near the Federal Triangle Metro Station. Hop aboard a pedicab with your small group and sit back, relax and enjoy the views as your guide takes you through Washington DC on a 40-minute sightseeing tour. First, check out the Old Post Office Pavilion, the National Archives Building and the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. Then continue to the National Mall, one of DC's most famous sites. Here you'll get up-close views of the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial and the United States Capitol Building. Hop out at the Capitol to take some photos and stroll by the reflecting pool. Next up is bustling Chinatown, followed by a ride past the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum, which houses the biggest collection of historic aircrafts and spacecrafts in the world.
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    National Mall Segway Tour

    City Segway Tours
    Give your tired legs a rest and take a Segway tour of the National Mall! Learn new and interesting facts and stories about this amazing city. This tour includes stops at the White House and Washington Monument. You will also see the Smithsonian Castle, National Galleries of Art, Navy Memorial, WWII Memorial, National Archives, Capitol Building, Old Executive Office Building, The National Mall and other amazing parts of Washington D.C. that will thrill you.
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    Monuments and Memorials Segway Tour

    City Segway Tours
    Do you really want to spend more than a day walking around the memorials? Isn't there an easier way to see them? Spare your tired feet and shoes by taking a Segway tour. Instead of more than 24 hours, you only need three hours to see it all. You'll see often visited sites like the Jefferson Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial and the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial but also less visited ones like the Franklin Roosevelt Memorial, the memorial with one of the largest footprints in DC. Along the way, your expert tour guide will tell you historic facts and maybe even an urban legend or two!
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    DC All Day eBike Rental

    Unlimited Biking
    Looking to boost your ride? Unlimited Biking offers everything you need to explore all over Washington D.C. without the tiresome work. Unlimited Biking will allow you to have an adventure of a lifetime on a brand new, lightweight, Cannondale Bike with a motorized pedal assist. Now imagine being able to ride the entire length of the National Mall, circle the Tidal Basin, explore the scenic waterfront of the Potomac River, and see countless monuments and memorials like the U.S. Capitol, Supreme Court, Washington Monument, WWII Memorial, and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. It seems impossible to do that in all one day, but this rental will provide you with everything you need to see everything a little faster on your adventure! What are you waiting for? Let's get that cycle on!
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    Monuments by Night

    Urban Adventures
    Ready to test your night-photography skills and see some jaw-dropping views while learning the history of the United States through the National Mall? Hop on an all-electric Red Roadster and get ready for the ride of your vacation! You’ll start the tour at the Smithsonian metro station, where your guide will take you back in time to the city’s origins and give you some tips for exploring the city on your own. As you work your way through the Smithsonian complex, your guides will regale you with stories behind our amazing museums and help you choose which ones you will visit during your stay. Next you’ll see the Washington Monument and the Jefferson Memorial. Afterwards, you’ll be able to wander through the FDR and MLK memorials and enjoy a stroll along the jaw-dropping Tidal Basin at sunset. Continue on past the World War I and World War II Memorials to the Lincoln Memorial, where you will be blown away by views of the Potomac River and the National Mall sparkling in the dark. You’ll be entertained by stories of the city’s history, statues, and famous buildings on your way to the White House, where you’ll see possibly the most iconic American structure. Continue on towards Capitol Hill to be astounded by the Capitol Building.
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    Mt Vernon Tour

    Travel approximately 30 minutes to Mount Vernon, the home and estate of George Washington, one of the founding fathers of the United States and the nation's first president. On the 500-plus acres of the estate, explore the three-story mansion, extensive gardens and many original sites including a working blacksmith shop and the Pioneer Farm, a demonstration farm with an innovative 16-sided treading barn designed by Washington for threshing grain. The mansion has been restored to how it would have looked when Washington died in 1799. Some of the most notable items in the mansion include the key to the Bastille, presented to Washington by the Marquis de Lafayette, and a swivel chair Washington used during his presidency.Also on the grounds are Washington's tomb, where George Washington and his family members are buried, a reconstructed slave cabin and a memorial to the slaves who worked at Mount Vernon. Your knowledgeable guide takes you through these sites while sharing the history of George Washington's home on the Potomac River. After seeing the highlights of Mount Vernon and having lunch (own expense) at the historical Inn Restaurant or the food court, your tour continues to Old Town Alexandria. While riding a comfortable bus, see George Washington's old haunts including Gadsby's Tavern, Ramsay House and Lee-Fendall House. You also will see the town's major attractions including Old Presbyterian Meeting House, Christ Church, Spite House, Robert E Lee's House and the Torpedo Factory. When your fascinating day exploring Mount Vernon and seeing Old Town Alexandria ends, your guide returns you to your hotel.
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